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Great Southern Development Commission

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:State Government
State/Country:Western Australia, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • GSDC
  • Summary Information:
    The Great Southern Development Commission (GSDC) is a Western Australian government agency focused on economic development. It is located in Albany and Katanning, Western Australia. The role of the GSDC is to coordinate and promote the economic development of the Great Southern region of Western Australia. According to the Commission's website, in doing this, it works to:
  • "support and develop industry and community projects;
  • co-ordinate approaches to government on strategic economic and social issues;
  • provide access to information on government programs and industry support services;
  • provide information and advice to promote business development within the region;
  • maximise job creation and improve career opportunities in the region;
  • assist with resources for regional projects through the Regional Development Scheme;
  • identify infrastructure services to promote economic and social development;
  • identify and promote investment opportunities in the region;
  • provide access to Austrade services for exporters;
  • access skilled people from overseas through the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme; and
  • seek to ensure that the general standard and access to government services in the region is comparable to metropolitan area".

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